After some disturbing noises and ambient satisfaction the krata returns to the worlds dancefloors with its 6th release. 4 essential House music tunes from Blastculture (Milano) to get your feet on the floor! Enjoy! Topics: Krata, Netlabel, Kratanetlabel, Blastculture, Punk, Music, For, Clubbers, House, Dance, Electronic,...
Another two Blastculture tracks feature in this release from the Toucan Music netlabel. No1 Is Safe combines pumping house beats with minimal effects and a dark, sinister break in the middle to keep those dancefloors pumping late into the night. Another late night epic, Speak Out introduces shuffling, garage influenced beats as the backdrop to more Blastculture effects trickery, with spoken vocals weaving in between flange effects. Topics: house, progressive, minimal, mp3
Ready for another Sound and Motion release? We know you are! This will be the last release of 2012, so we need to celebrate "a lo grande"! And what's better than presenting you a new artist (No, seriously, what's better? We can't think of something better than this)?! Meet Blastculture, from Italy! He has released stuff on well-known netlabels like Deep-X Recordings, Ephedrina, Krata and Noisybeat. This is his first release on Sound & Motion. And oh God, what a release! The first... Topics: blastculture, ephedrina, krata, noisybeat, deep, deep-x, recordings, netlabel, netaudio,... Source: Digital Release
Blastculture presents two hard and fast progressive house tracks in this release from Toucan Music. Pounding uptempo house grooves form the backdrop to a pumping, squelchy offbeat bassline and robotic vocal snippets in A Blast In The Past. Driving house beats also feature in the second track, Mary Quant In Grey, which combines an intermittent techno bassline with effects. JMD provides a bonus remix which adds tribal percussion and varies the bassline melodies. Image by Gustavo Devito and reused... Topics: house, progressive, dancefloor, groove, DJ, minimal, workout
Blastculture introduces two brand new tracks, with a bonus remix. Grooveiera is a fast, minimal yet hypnotic track which features tribal, metallic, industrial sounding tones interspersed with mellow pads set against a backdrop of hectic shuffled hard house rhythms. Toucan producer John provides a bonus breakbeat house remix of Grooveiera, blending old skool pad stabs with DnB style growling bass. For the second track, Blastculture explores his techno side with the frenetic Hotter Again,... Topics: house, techno, breakbeat
Fresh for 2015, Blastculture presents two new tracks in this release. Bringing an authentic 1980s acid house feel, X-Ray Acid Heavy-Handed mixes Blastculture's trademark minimal tech sound with sirens, acid beats and bleeps. Pumping things up a notch, fasten your seatbelts for War At 136bpm as Blastculture hypnotises the dancefloor with another frenetic groove, setting spoken female vocal sample to pumping tech rhythms. Topics: house, progressive, minimal, acid, techno, music
Blastculture presents two minimal house tracks in his own unique style. Shinoda vs Akane kicks off proceedings with a strong tribal groove, funky house beats and snippets of vocals and effects. Vincent Vega on the Floor combines mellow pads with progressive house beats and intricate rhythms to create a hypnotic dancefloor workout. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: house, progressive, dancefloor, groove, DJ, minimal, workout
Blastculture presents two new minimal, tech house tracks combining strong rhythmic grooves with plenty of strange effects and machine driven sounds. Blending intricate hi-hat patterns with vocal snippets and electronic effects, Crime Scene kicks things off, breaking into a simple yet infectious bassline. Lets Try To Sleep Now is a darker track with a deep, rolling acidic bassline and machine-like beats. Our bonus remix is from Aerologic, bringing big room progressive house sounds to Lets... Topics: minimal house, tech house, EDM, netlabel